Wall-To-WallWhatever the problem is, it is extensive.
Bangİf it is so loud that it wakes one up, it is a warning that should be immediately investigated
Bronze WallSymbolic of strength, Jer. 1:18
WallTo dream of a wall suggests a barrier to your movement in life. To hide behind a wall in a dream symbolizes finding protection. A leaning wall is symbolic of a person under pressure, Ps. 62:3. A high, flimsy wall can symbolize the folly of trusting in wealth, Prov. 18:11.…
WallIf you dream that you are enclosed by walls or cannot climb up, it means frustration or inability to attain an ambition. Breaking through a wall, success in spite of obstacles. Jumping over the wall, tremendous effort that reaches the goal.
WallWalls are traditionally considered to be obstacles or sources of isolation or confinement. Climbing the wall suggests that you are fighting to break out of the isolation, and will be able to overcome your difficulties and/or challenges, especially if you climb to the top of the wall.
A Brick Falling from a WallA brick falling from a wall means a male or female member of his family will either get lost or run away or pass away.
A WallA wall reflects the status and position of a person if he is seen standing on top of it. But if he sees himself falling from the wall, it means he is heading for destruction.
HeadRefers to one’s mental state and/or head authority
Head1. The conscious mind, the intellect. 2. Fortunes and fortunate love relationships are in the ofﬁng. 3. Slang for oral sex. 4. A need for control, calm in difﬁcult or desperate circumstances (as in “to keep one’s head”).
HeadTo dream of something being on your head can be symbolic of God’s blessing or a curse, Prov. 10:6. The head is also symbolic of a wise and honorable person, Isa. 9:15. A faceless head can symbolize the flesh and humanity
Head GesturesThinking instead of acting.
Shaving the HeadDreaming of oneself as having shaved one’s head during the month of Hajj is a glad tiding that one will proceed for Hajj. But if such a dream is seen during any other month besides Hajj it means that his capital (in monetary terms) will become exhausted. (This will be…
HeadThe head represents the observer’s leader or patron. This could well be his father, brother, employer, chief, husband, king etc. Thus, any defect in the head points to a similar defect in the leader or patron. Sometimes, the head represents a persons’ capital.
A Dismembered HeadTo see one’s head detached from the body without being struck suggest one of the following : that one’s leader or patron will break off his relationship with him; or the observer will lose his capital; or his present means of livelihood will come to an end.
The Hair of the HeadHair symbolises a man’s wealth and assets or that of his employer’s.
Shaving the HeadIf a person sees himself shaving the head in any month other than the Months of Hajj* or the Sacred Months**, either his capital will be lost or that of his employer’s; or he will lose his job. If seen during the months of Hajj, it could only mean something…
Removing the Hair of the Head and the Beard SimultaneouslyIf there is anything to suggest any goodness in such a dream it means that if observer is in difficulty, Allah will remove if, if he is in debt, Allah will enable him to pay it; if he is ill, Allah will grant him cure. But if there is no…
Dyeing the Hair of the HeadDyeing the hair symbolises concealment and protection. Thus, if a person sees himself dyeing his hair it means that Allah will protect him from the evil consequences of what he intends to do. But if the dye does not stick to his hair, it means he will not be granted…